Articles

Hollenberg’s point of view on Regression Therapy.

 Heleen Hollenberg’s contribution to the EARTh Panel Discussion on September 22nd 2022 Today, the world is in crisis: a climate crisis, an environmental crisis, and a psychological crisis: in NL 5% of all people are suffering from depression per year and 17% of the working population per year is suffering

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Hypnosis and Out of Body Experience (Part 1) by Mario Simoes

PART 1: It begins with some notions about hypnosis. Similarities between hypnosis, Near-Death Experiences (NDE) and Out-of-Body Experience (OBE). Historical aspects of OBE. Definition of OBE. Features of an OBE. An EARTh honorary member and old friend of EARTh, Professor Mario Simoes of the University of Lisbon, now retired, has

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Burning witches at Stake…

Almost thirty years ago, In 1993, the science unit of BBC television made a film about Dr. Rupert Sheldrake  in a series called Heretics, featuring six scientists who had been deemed heretical, including Eric Laithwaite, a pioneer of magnetic levitation, now used in advanced high-speed trains, and the Nobel-prize winning

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Report: Simposio Internacional De Terapia Regresiva

Our member Heike Bettendorf, also a member of AETR, kindly reports about the International Regression Therapy Symposium that was held between 24-26 June, 2022 in Málaga, Spain for Spanish speaking attendees. Besides Heike, our members Andy Tomlinson and Marion Boon were the presenters in the symposium. Simposio Internacional De Terapia

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Estafet 1 | Video Interview with Rob Van Aert

ESTAFET 1 Interview with Rob Van Aert Years ago, when EARTh was a young association, Anita Groenendijk and Yasemin Tokatli started out an initiative called Estafet* which was a series of interviews in our newsletter that was intended for our official members; we were semi-strangers to each other back then

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Regression therapy is entering the psychiatric field in Suriname

Regression therapy is entering the psychiatric field in Suriname While I was in Suriname in February this year I had the honour to be present at the promotion of dr. Kamla Nannan Panday-Jhingoeri. This psychiatrist became a ‘doctor of medical science’ because of her study of working with ‘Transpersonal regression

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Embodied spirituality – a psycho-spiritual approach to healing trauma by Juanita Pudifoot

by Juanita Pudifoot and Biggi Hofmann This article first appeared in the July 2018 issue of Thresholds, published by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy United Kingdom.©’ We decided to write this article after inspiring explorations of similarities and differences in the methods of deep memory process (DMP) and psychodrama psychotherapy, and how both approaches use

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Soul Retrieval by Janet Cunningham

by Janet Cunningham Practitioners of past-life therapy and research often report a perceived empathic bond with their clients during their sessions. It is not all that unusual for a therapist to report knowing what a client was experiencing before s/he actually described it verbally. Nor is it unusual for a

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A Phenomenological Study of Post-Modern Transpersonal and Spiritual Experiences with Quantitative Survey and Case Study Interviews

by Janet Cunningham The phrase “transpersonal and spiritual experiences” refers to the sense of identity of the self extending beyond the personal to encompass wider aspects of humankind, life, psyche, or cosmos. Western scientific exploration of such experiences has been nearly nonexistent, due primarily to the currently accepted scientific paradigm.

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